Your GPA will be of help. One thing to note is that your reasoning for pursuing business school now will need to be very strong. Admissions teams do not want candidates who they believe are just collecting degrees.
Which MBA programs are you looking at?
Hope this was of help.
Conrad and the Stacy Blackman
I'm not certain yet which schools that I will be targeting because I don't know for certain where I'll be working. But chances are, it will be in the Chicago area. So, Booth and Kellogg would be ideal part-time. However, I'm not sure even with a 700+ score that I'd stand a chance at these schools. Also, I was wondering how competitive Notre Dame's executive MBA program is? Would that be a possibility down the road?
I don't plan on applying to b-school soon. I am looking at it more 2-3 years down the road. I want to get some more work experience under my belt (hopefully some of it managerial) and spend some time deciding what my goals are within the company that I will be working for. So, I was wondering what advice you could offer somebody like me to help improve my resume? I'm looking at going to school part-time.